Go gold

verb phrase

To sell enough copies to become a gold record: A rerelease of his album recently went gold (1990s+)

The point in the life of a software product where it is declared ready to release for sale. This may be because it has reached sufficiently high quality (freedom from bugs, etc.), or because it is financially expedient.


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